I don't have any cats at the moment. I had a cat, Bonkers, that I adopted from the Hobart Humane Society about 13 years ago, but she passed away
last year. She was a very big orange long-hair, about 5 yrs old when I got her, and knew how to sit, and "sit pretty"! She was a GREAT cat. If I ever get another cat
I want it to be a big fat cat, as I prefer those to the crazy curtain climbers, which are fun too, just too crazy for me. I'm more of a big fat Kat myself!
Before we get to the fun links, check out information on spaying or neutering your pets. Too many animals end up in shelters,
or dead, just because their owners didn't get them fixed, or their offspring have more and more and more. I know it's expensive, but there are programs that will assist you with
the cost, and in some areas it's close to nothing ($10-$20), which is less than the food for a litter you might end up with! If you
are just dying for new little puppies, adopt one, there are so many little babies already homeless that need you. "It's not a virus and it's not a bacterium, but it is responsible for the deaths of millions of animals annually...overpopulation." -ASPCA
Responsible Pet Ownership Spaying & Neutering
Low-cost Programs: Note: "Friends of Animals" is listed at $75 for a female dog, which I know is about what
my vet runs "regular" price. Check others, and call your vet first, for cheaper pricing.
A portion of revenue from advertisers above will be donated to area rescues, shelters, and humane societies. If you're going to buy
gifts or supplies for animals, please use the links on this page and help feed homeless animals in the Northwest Indiana area.